Treating Rashes On The Skin Of Children Almost All Of The Body?
afternoon, my child is 18 months old. 2 weeks ago my son had an infection in the P-mr section and was festering, then was given the medicine Amoxilin and Paracetamol by a doctor. after 2 days my child recovered and I did not continue to administer medicine .. after a week my child had a fever and I gave paracetamol so that his fever went down but my child appeared rash all over his body after the fever went down .. this is why yes, my child also decreased his appetite and rashes all over his body face, chest, back, legs are getting more and more .. please .. please
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Fever, reddish rash on almost the entire body, accompanied by a decrease in appetite in children can indicate a variety of conditions. One of the most common is measles. This disease is caused by a viral infection, which can be easily transmitted from one patient to another through contact with airway mucus splashes, for example when a patient coughs, is clean, or also makes contact indirectly, for example when shaking hands with hands contaminated with the virus. Not only fever, reddish rash and decreased appetite, people with measles often also appear weak, excessive sweating, coughing, runny nose, runny eyes, pain in the throat, and many other complaints. In children, he often also becomes more fussy due to discomfort that appears on his body.
In addition to measles, your child's complaints can also occur due to other factors, such as dengue fever, chicken pox, drug eruption, typhoid fever, scarlatina fever, HIV, allergies, vasculitis, drug eruption, insect bites or other animals, immune disorders, and so. This condition does not always occur due to penile infection that your child has experienced before.
It is better if you check your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician to examine in depth the possible conditions that trigger the complaint. Follow-up examinations, for example laboratories, can also be doctors recommending that treatment be carried out on target. In most cases, conditions like that of your child are not dangerous and can be improved by administering several types of drugs.
At this time, you should first make the following efforts:
Take care of the child's personal hygiene and the surrounding environment
Ask the child not to scratch, rub excessively, or also provide careless handling of the rash that appears
Do not allow children to exchange personal items with others
Let the child rest more
Give lots of children a drink, eat foods rich in vitamins (especially vitamins A and C)
Feed the child a little but often
You can give children a soft consistency of food to make it easier to swallow and digest
If the child still has a fever, you can first give him paracetamol and compress his neck with warm water so that the fever is reduced
Hope this helps ...